Headed by the great Alberto Antonioni, this wine drives fruit from various parts of Luján de Cuyo, with a riper style to the equivalent Uco Valley wine. Whilst the Uco Valley leads the trends and drive to freshness, this typifies old vine, old school style. When I compare Uco Valley Malbecs to Luján, many who have been drinking Malbecs for the last few years, tend to prefer this type. The wine is ripe in style and black fruits, with a gentle spice, with soft and opulent tannins. The concentration is good too, without being over extracted and chunky. This is a very elegant style of classic Luján de Cuyo Malbec.
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